Linkin Park To Livestream Their Reactions To A Previously-Unseen Hybrid Theory-Era Concert
Linkin Park have announced that they will be livestreaming a previously-unseen Hybrid Theory-era show, and reacting to it as it plays out.
As part of the 20th anniversary celebrations for their legendary debut album, the band are unveiling old concert footage on YouTube at 11am PST / 2pm EST / 6pm GMT for fans to watch, and for the members to get involved with also.
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“Join Linkin Park in in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Hybrid Theory as they react to never before seen live concert footage from 2001,” their announcement reads.
The news follows their teaser from earlier in the month in which Linkin Park stated:
“This year we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Hybrid Theory. We have some special things planned throughout the year and want you to be a part of it.
“We’re looking for photos, videos, ticket stubs, merch, flyers, souvenirs and anything else you collected from the early days of the band in the late ’90s through the Hybrid Theory era of 2000-2002. Some great examples include (but are not limited to) live concert footage and photos, pictures of band members and signed goodies from LPU meet and greets.”
Be sure to come back here at 11am PST / 2pm EST / 6pm GMT for the band’s 2001 livestream:
Hybrid Theory has, of course, had a monumental impact on fans and musicians across the globe.
Last year, You Me Six frontman Josh Franceschi chatted to Kerrang! about his love for the record, revealing that he first discovered Hybrid Theory through a friend’s Walkman – and there was no going back after that.
See what Josh has to say about Linkin Park’s iconic debut album below:
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